At Tap we have been cataloging our backlogs all year. I've discovered, much like the rest of the crew, that I buy more games than I actually play, let alone finish.
Then there comes the problem of games that you buy, and play, but that can't actually be finished, in any real sense.
I am still a few cubes shy of the "real" ending in Fez.
I've picked up Civilization V, which I owned for a while, but hadn't actually gotten around to playing. A friend wrote a fairly nice Beginners' Primer this year that I finally got around to checking out this month. I think I'll count it as "beaten" if I win a round even once against the computer, because, that's something, right?
I got stuck in Batman: Arkham City. Not because the game itself is hard, but because the Riddler makes me crazy to find all his hidden stuff. At some point I want to write at greater length about this frustration. For now, I've sort of tabled the game.
I also now have A Valley Without Wind, which many of my friends are playing, but which I am assuming can also not be finished in any real sense.
I am going to do quite poorly in the Log of Shame this month. But really, what's "done" mean anyway?